Follow Wisefocus Designs
through our various online blogs, groups and forums
Outside of our website, Facebook is our other main presence online. This means that we primarily monitor and post to these locations the most frequently and they are the best way to communicate with us, after phone and email.
We do have a Twitter profile but we no longer use it much due to the diminishing support of this platform by Australians. However, you can use the other social networks we are on to share with us.
We are quite fond of Pinterest as a sharing platform, particularly because it focuses on the sharing of useful information. It is more than just expressing opinions or showing selfies as the other social platforms tend to be for.
You can contact us, or follow our posts by visiting our page on Facebook
Our Wisefocus Designs Facebook page is updated regularly with security, marketing and general information.
We also have hidden Facebook Groups for keeping in contact with our clients and industry friends. You must be logged into Facebook to see our page. To view our groups, you must be a member of the group. Please feel free to contact us & ask to become a member, you can send us a request via Facebook Messenger:
Wisefocus – Team Group
Team Members can post directly to the group via this email address – firstname.lastname@example.org
Wisefocus Designs & Friends on Facebook – (support group)
Members can post to the group via this email address – email@example.com
- We may add to these groups over time – visit our Facebook page for updates.
- Hidden groups may be changed to public or closed groups in the future.
- Group members will be consulted and advised before any changes are made to the privacy settings of a group.
Did You Know?
Technically, a Facebook Page or a Facebook Group functions as a kind of blog too. It’s only that the audience is limited to the Facebook intranet only and limited in design to the pre-set standard layout that Facebook designates.
For questions on any topic, we can help you through the discussion forums we have made available for client support and general questions using Google Groups.
You need to have an existing Google/Gmail or G Suite account to access these forums. If you don’t have a Google account, you can easily set one up for free by creating a free Google Gmail account, or just a Google Account only that uses a non-google email address that you already own.